Biofrost Net Worth, Biography, Wiki, Career (Updated)


Biofrost Net Worth

$5 million



Date Of Birth

September 17, 1996


26 years old

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Esport Player

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Vincent ‘Biofrost’ Wang

Vincent ‘Biofrost’ Wang is an esports League of Legends player from Canada and Biofrost net worth is around $100,000. He is currently the support for the LCS team Dignitas. His contract with the LCS team Dignitas will expire on 22nd November 2023.

Biofrost was born in China on 17th September 1996. He moved to Canada with his family when he was only three years old. His father is also an avid player of League of Legends.

Apart from the nickname Biofrost, Vincent Wang is also known by the alias Biodaddy, a name that was given to him by his teammate Doublelift.

Biofrost Net Worth

Biofrost net worth is estimated to be around $5 million. Biofrost net worth is predicted to rise in the coming years.

Biofrost’s Career

Vincent Wang started his professional esports gaming career in 2015 and has been in the field since then. He first competitively played with Team Frostbite in the NACS Spring 2015 Qualifier. The team was immediately knocked out after they were paired with the tournament’s favorites in the first round, Team Dragon Knights.

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In the same year, Biofrost joined the team Elomingle. With this team, he played in the AlphaDraft Challengers League. The team performed splendidly, having won the playoffs and the quarterfinals. However, they lost in the semi-finals.

In 2016, Biofrost joined the team AKA and played in the NACS Spring Open Qualifier. The team barely missed the qualifier as they were defeated by Astral Authority after they made it to third place.

Later, Biofrost joined another team, called Dream Team. This team was also participating in the NACS Spring Open Qualifier, and Biofrost was actually replacing Hakuho, who had left Dream Team to join Renegades. The Dream Team also barely missed out on the playoffs but got a higher seeding for the summer qualifier.

In May 2016, Team SoloMid invited Biofrost to join their team to attend the Korean boot camp and try out the team’s support position. The tryout was a success and Biofrost joined the team on the 18th of May 2016. Bioforst played for a lot of time for TSM i.e. Team SoloMid.

After winning quite some series, Team SoloMid qualified for the World Championship with North America’s first seed. As Team SoloMid won a vast majority of the series, Biofrost also won the Outstanding Rookie title for the Summer Season.

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